Geysers at Kawamata Onsen Hot Spring

Travel Guide - Geysers at Kawamata Onsen Hot Spring


It is a major attraction at the Kawamata Onsen Hot Spring district.
The geyser erupts with a thunderous noise once every 20 to 30 minutes from between the rocks next to the Kinugawa River.
View the overwhelming column of hot water from the Funsen-bashi Bridge right above the eruption spot or from an observation deck with a footbath located near the bridge.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 88 minutes from Kinugawa Onsen Station on the Tobu Railway by the bus bound for Meotobuchi Onsen. Get off at Funsenbashi Bus stop

Address / Location

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